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Ah, wake up and smell the aroma. There’s nothing like the scent of coffee in the morning to perk up your mind and get the blood flowing. Variety may be the spice of life, but coffee is the harbinger of inspiration.

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The Kiwanis Club of Sierra Vista is partnering with the city to help with fundraising to purchase a large synthetic Christmas tree as part of the expansion for the annual Christmas holiday tree lighting ceremony. Ray Bouchard, the current president-elect and soon to be president of Kiwanis C…

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SIERRA VISTA — It’s taken more than $50,000, 15 months and a lot of prayer, but on Thursday the leaders of the New Jerusalem Community Church will proudly open the doors of the their new Fellowship Center to the public.

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SIERRA VISTA — Local veterans Stu Carter and Rich Lazok will be teaming up on a tandem bike for a 62-mile cycling event in October.

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Der Biergarten was alive and families enjoyed a carnival at the 25th annual Oktoberfest Celebration at Veterans Memorial Park in Sierra Vista. Food venders provided a taste of German cuisine and local arts and crafts were on sale at the “kuns und handwerk strasse” (arts and handwork street).

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The Sierra Vista community commemorated 9/11 at multiple events Friday and Saturday.

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The history of mankind is etched in milestones that define great leaps through changes in society and the way mankind survived through the centuries. One such milestone was the “Neolithic Revolution.”

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Sierra Vista City Council unanimously approved a proposed increase for sewage connection fees Sept. 9 after passing a resolution to declare a 60-day public record for the fee increase on the week of June 17.

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Frank Hirrill is on a mission. He wants to honor every single veteran in Sierra Vista with a Quilt of Valor. The handmade quilt is awarded to a service member or veteran who has been touched by war.

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SIERRA VISTA — The Sierra Vista Unified Education Association‘s proposal for a flat-rate increase to teacher salaries rather than a 1.5% increase based on educators’ base salary was approved by the Sierra Vista Unified School District Governing Board at Tuesday’s meeting.

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SIERRA VISTA — Elizabeth Wrozek, curator of the Henry F. Hauser Museum in Sierra Vista, has been appointed staff liaison of the Commission on Cultural Diversity by Library, Recreation and Cultural Services Manager Emily Duchon.

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With an active monsoon bringing plentiful summer rain to Sierra Vista this year, weeds have grown tall on many properties and residents are reminded to keep overgrowth in check.

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SIERRA VISTA — Three members of the public expressed their disagreement with the Sierra Vista Unified School District’s mask mandate at the Tuesday school board meeting.

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SIERRA VISTA — Exceptional teachers create lasting impressions on the students whose lives they touch.

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An art gala event featuring an art sale and a silent auction will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 10 in the Tandem Lounge at the Windemere Hotel.

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SIERRA VISTA —A 60-year-old woman died Saturday night after she was struck by a Cochise County Sheriff's deputy's patrol cruiser, investigators said. 

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The state’s highest tribunal said Thursday that a lawsuit filed by a Sierra Vista resident against two current Cochise County Board of Supervisors for their controversial appointment of a third member of the board as justice of the peace will proceed at the Superior Court level.

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The Veterans of Foreign Wars has announced its Thursday Night Family Menu for Sept. 9 and Sept. 23 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at VFW Post #9972, 549 Veterans Dr., Sierra Vista.

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FORT HUACHUCA — Unvaccinated uniformed service members will get their shot in the arm on the installation in mid-September during a four-day vaccination blitz following orders from the U.S. Secretary of Defense that all active military must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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Did you know that research using pigs may have a potential new way of breathing for humans in critical respiratory crises?